Back again for this year’s Open, HSBC will be partnering with Live At The Range [LATR].
Working together with The R&A, the broadcast feed offers fans an exclusive view of the players' daily preparations on the Practice Ground, including listening to insightful conversations with their coaches and caddies as they go through their pre-round routines, and watching their ball flight using TopTracer technology.
Live At The Range will be shown across The Open’s own social channels, including The Open app and YouTube, as well as distributed around the world through official broadcast partners at the following times:
Mon 17 July 10:00 - 12:00 & 14:00 - 18:00
Tues 18 & Weds 19 July 09:00 - 12:00 & 14:00 - 18:00
Thurs 20 & Fri 21 July 07:30 - 11:00 & 12:30 - 16:00
Sat 22 July 11:00 - 16:00
Sun 23 July 10:00 - 15:00
Siting adjacent to the HSBC Golf Zone, the HSBC Clubhouse is open to all HSBC Customers plus one guest. With both indoor and outdoor seating options, it's the perfect place to unwind away from the on-course action.
HSBC customers can enjoy complimentary gifts and light refreshments, while stocks last, and for those in need of something more substantial, you can purchase a selection of locally sourced delicacies and beverages. While you’re taking a breather, catch all the action live on TV.
Stay tuned for scheduled appearances from HSBC Ambassadors and special guests during Championship days, including a visit from the Claret Jug.
Open to all spectators, the HSBC Golf Zone is situated in the bustling Championship Village.
Free to enter, the zone features captivating activities catered to all age groups and golfing abilities.
Exciting activities include golf simulators, giving visitors the chance to win tickets to the AIG Women's Open, the popular 'Putt the Planet' challenge, the HSBC Golf Roots chipping challenge, and an entertaining and sharable photo opportunity.
Spectators can win a range of spot-prizes, including tickets to the AIG Women’s Open or The 152nd Open, by taking part in the ‘Hook-a-Flamingo’ activation.
You can also enter the Grand Prize draw for a chance to win a fourball at Royal Troon.
Together with The Golf Foundation we are proud to have opened up a world of opportunity for children in golf.
HSBC Golf Roots is a grassroots junior development initiative that promotes the sport in schools, the community and golf clubs across the country, using golf to teach important life skills such as confidence, resilience and emotional wellbeing.
Over the past decade, HSBC Golf Roots has:
For more about HSBC Golf Roots and to find your nearest junior friendly facility please visit The Golf Foundation.